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1 Installation Instructions SLC 500 Digital I/O Modules Input Catalog Numbers 1746-IA4, 1746-IA8, 1746-IA16, 1746-IB8, 1746-IB16, 1746-IC16, 1746-IG16, 1746-IH16, 1746-IM4, 1746-IM8, 1746-IM16, 1746-IN16, 1746-ITB16, 1746-ITV16, 1746-IV8, 1746-IV16 Output Catalog Numbers 1746-OA8, 1746-OA16, 1746-OAP12, 1746-OB8, 1746-OB6EI, 1746-OB16, 1746-OB16E, 1746-OBP8, 1746-OBP16, 1746-OG16, 1746-OV8, 1746-OV16, 1746-OVP16, 1746-OW4, 1746-OW8, 1746-OW16, 1746-OX8 Combination Input/Output Catalog Numbers 1746-IO4, 1746-IO8, 1746-IO12, 1746-IO12DC Table of Contents Topic Page Important User Information 2 North American Hazardous Location Approval 3 Environment and Enclosure 4 Prevent Electrostatic Discharge 4 Install and Remove the Module 5 Octal Label Kit Installation (for PLC processors only) 6 Wiring Diagrams 17 Apply the Octal Filter Label 6 Apply the Octal Door Label 6 Removable Terminal Blocks 6 Recovery From Blown Fuse/Processor Fault/Processor Shutdown 13 Replacement Fuse Recommendations 13 Replace Fuses 14 Electronically Protected Modules (1746-OB6EI and 1746-OB16E) 14 Specifications 29

2 2 SLC 500 Digital I/O Modules Important User Information Solid-state equipment has operational characteristics differing from those of electromechanical equipment. Safety Guidelines for the Application, Installation and Maintenance of Solid State Controls (Publication SGI-1.1 available from your local Rockwell Automation sales office or online at describes some important differences between solid-state equipment and hard-wired electromechanical devices. Because of this difference, and also because of the wide variety of uses for solid-state equipment, all persons responsible for applying this equipment must satisfy themselves that each intended application of this equipment is acceptable. In no event will Rockwell Automation, Inc. be responsible or liable for indirect or consequential damages resulting from the use or application of this equipment. The examples and diagrams in this manual are included solely for illustrative purposes. Because of the many variables and requirements associated with any particular installation, Rockwell Automation, Inc. cannot assume responsibility or liability for actual use based on the examples and diagrams. No patent liability is assumed by Rockwell Automation, Inc. with respect to use of information, circuits, equipment, or software described in this manual. Reproduction of the contents of this manual, in whole or in part, without written permission of Rockwell Automation, Inc., is prohibited. Throughout this manual, when necessary, we use notes to make you aware of safety considerations. WARNING: Identifies information about practices or circumstances that can cause an explosion in a hazardous environment, which may lead to personal injury or death, property damage, or economic loss. ATTENTION: Identifies information about practices or circumstances that can lead to personal injury or death, property damage, or economic loss. Attentions help you identify a hazard, avoid a hazard and recognize the consequences. SHOCK HAZARD: Labels may be on or inside the equipment (for example, drive or motor) to alert people that dangerous voltage may be present. BURN HAZARD: Labels may be on or inside the equipment (for example, drive or motor) to alert people that surfaces may reach dangerous temperatures. IMPORTANT Identifies information that is critical for successful application and understanding of the product. Overview In addition to providing the module s electrical specifications, this document tells you how to: install the module into a chassis. wire the module s terminal block. install the Octal Filter Label.

3 SLC 500 Digital I/O Modules 3 North American Hazardous Location Approval The following modules are North American Hazardous Location approved: 1746-IA4, 1746-IA8, 1746-IA16, 1746-IB8, 1746-IB16, 1746-IC16, 1746-IG16, 1746-IH16, 1746-IM4, 1746-IM8, 1746-IM16, 1746-IN16, 1746-ITB16, 1746-ITV16, 1746-IV8, 1746-IV16, 1746-OA8, 1746-OA16, 1746-OAP12, 1746-OB8, 1746-OB6EI, 1746-OB16, 1746-OB16E, 1746-OBP8, 1746-OBP16, 1746-OG16, 1746-OV8, 1746-OV16, 1746-OVP16, 1746-OW4, 1746-OW8, 1746-OW16, 1746-OX8, 1746-IO4, 1746-IO8, 1746-IO12, 1746-IO12DC. The following information applies when operating this equipment in hazardous locations: Products marked "CL I, DIV 2, GP A, B, C, D" are suitable for use in Class I Division 2 Groups A, B, C, D, Hazardous Locations and nonhazardous locations only. Each product is supplied with markings on the rating nameplate indicating the hazardous location temperature code. When combining products within a system, the most adverse temperature code (lowest "T" number) may be used to help determine the overall temperature code of the system. Combinations of equipment in your system are subject to investigation by the local Authority Having Jurisdiction at the time of installation. EXPLOSION HAZARD Do not disconnect equipment unless power has been removed or the area is known to be nonhazardous. Do not disconnect connections to this equipment unless power has been removed or the area is known to be nonhazardous. Secure any external connections that mate to this equipment by using screws, sliding latches, threaded connectors, or other means provided with this product. Substitution of any component may impair suitability for Class I, Division 2. If this product contains batteries, they must only be changed in an area known to be nonhazardous. Informations sur l utilisation de cet équipement en environnements dangereux: Les produits marqués "CL I, DIV 2, GP A, B, C, D" ne conviennent qu'à une utilisation en environnements de Classe I Division 2 Groupes A, B, C, D dangereux et non dangereux. Chaque produit est livré avec des marquages sur sa plaque d'identification qui indiquent le code de température pour les environnements dangereux. Lorsque plusieurs produits sont combinés dans un système, le code de température le plus défavorable (code de température le plus faible) peut être utilisé pour déterminer le code de température global du système. Les combinaisons d'équipements dans le système sont sujettes à inspection par les autorités locales qualifiées au moment de l'installation. RISQUE D EXPLOSION Couper le courant ou s'assurer que l'environnement est classé non dangereux avant de débrancher l'équipement. Couper le courant ou s'assurer que l'environnement est classé non dangereux avant de débrancher les connecteurs. Fixer tous les connecteurs externes reliés à cet équipement à l'aide de vis, loquets coulissants, connecteurs filetés ou autres moyens fournis avec ce produit. La substitution de tout composant peut rendre cet équipement inadapté à une utilisation en environnement de Classe I, Division 2. S'assurer que l'environnement est classé non dangereux avant de changer les piles.

4 4 SLC 500 Digital I/O Modules Environment and Enclosure ATTENTION: This equipment is intended for use in a Pollution Degree 2 industrial environment, in overvoltage Category II applications (as defined in IEC ), at altitudes up to 2000 m (6562 ft) without derating. This equipment is not intended for use in residential environments and may not provide adequate protection to radio communication services in such environments. This equipment is supplied as open-type equipment. It must be mounted within an enclosure that is suitably designed for those specific environmental conditions that will be present and appropriately designed to prevent personal injury resulting from accessibility to live parts. The enclosure must have suitable flame-retardant properties to prevent or minimize the spread of flame, complying with a flame spread rating of 5VA or be approved for the application if nonmetallic. The interior of the enclosure must be accessible only by the use of a tool. Subsequent sections of this publication may contain additional information regarding specific enclosure type ratings that are required to comply with certain product safety certifications. In addition to this publication, see the following: Industrial Automation Wiring and Grounding Guidelines, publication , for additional installation requirements. NEMA Standard 250 and IEC 60529, as applicable, for explanations of the degrees of protection provided by enclosures. Prevent Electrostatic Discharge ATTENTION: This equipment is sensitive to electrostatic discharge, which can cause internal damage and affect normal operation. Follow these guidelines when you handle this equipment: Touch a grounded object to discharge potential static. Wear an approved grounding wriststrap. Do not touch connectors or pins on component boards. Do not touch circuit components inside the equipment. Use a static-safe workstation, if available. Store the equipment in appropriate static-safe packaging when not in use.

5 SLC 500 Digital I/O Modules 5 Install and Remove the Module ATTENTION: Never install, remove, or wire modules with power applied to chassis. IMPORTANT The first slot of the chassis is reserved for the processor or the 1747-ASB module. Follow these steps to install the module: 1. Disconnect power. 2. Align the circuit board of module with the chassis card guide. (A) 3. Slide the module into the chassis until the bottom tabs lock into place. (B) 4. Route the wires down and away from the module, securing them with the wire tie. (C) 5. Cover all unused slots with Card Slot Filler, catalog number 1746-N2, to keep the chassis free from debris. 6. To remove the module, press and hold the module release located on each self-locking tab, and slide the module out of the chassis slot. (D) Module Installation Slot 1 A B D C Max 2 mm 2 (14 AWG) Max 2 wires per terminal Max torque: 0.9 Nm (8 lb-in.)

6 6 SLC 500 Digital I/O Modules Octal Label Kit Installation (for PLC processors only) The octal label kit consists of an octal filter label and a door label. Use these octal labels to replace the decimal labels that are attached to the I/O modules. TIP The octal label kit can be obtained from your Allen-Bradley distributor. The octal kit is ordered based on the catalog number of the I/O module. Please refer to the SLC 500 Modular Hardware Style User Manual, publication 1747-UM011, for a listing of octal label kit catalog numbers. ATTENTION: Do not touch or remove the terminal block when the SLC 500 system is powered. Contact with AC line potential may cause injury to personnel. Apply the Octal Filter Label 1. Remove the octal filter label from its paper carrier. 2. Align the octal filter label numbers horizontally to the module color bar and over the decimal filter numbers. Refer to Installing Octal Labels on page 7 for filter label placement. 3. Apply the octal label to the filter. 4. Press firmly to be sure that the label adheres properly. Apply the Octal Door Label 1. Remove the octal door label from its paper carrier. 2. Align the octal label directly over the decimal door label on the inside of the door. Refer to Installing Octal Labels on page 7 for door label placement. 3. Press firmly to be sure that the label adheres properly. Removable Terminal Blocks Colored terminal blocks are removable by loosening the upper and lower retaining screws. Black terminal blocks are not removable.

7 SLC 500 Digital I/O Modules 7 Installing Octal Labels Module Color Bar Octal Filter Label Beveled Edge Upper retaining screw max torque = 0.6 Nm (5.3 lb-in.) OCTAL Removable Terminal Block Terminal Wiring Max 2mm 2 (14 AWG) Max 2 wires per terminal Max torque: 0.9 Nm (8 lb-in.) 1746-xxxx Lower retaining screw max torque = 0.6 Nm (5.3 lb-in.) 1746-xxxx (OCTAL) Octal Door Label Fuse Protection and Blown Fuse Diagnostics This section describes fusing characteristics for the following modules: 1746-OBP OVP OAP12 Fuse Protection (1746-OBP16 and 1746-OVP16 modules) The fuse on the 1746-OBP16 and 1746-OVP16 modules (shown on Location of Jumpers and Fuses for 1746-OBP16 and 1746-OVP16 Modules on page 9) provides short-circuit protection for 13 mm 2 (16 AWG) or larger wiring to external loads. In the event of a short circuit on an output channel, it is likely that the transistor associated with that channel will be damaged. In this event, the module should be replaced or the load moved to a spare output channel. The fuse does not provide overload protection. In the event of an overload on an output channel, it is likely that the fuse will not blow and the transistor associated with that channel will be damaged. To provide overload protection for your application, user-supplied fuses should be installed externally and properly sized to match your individual load characteristics.

8 8 SLC 500 Digital I/O Modules Fuse Protection (1746-OAP12 modules) A fuse is provided on each common of the 1746-OAP12 module (shown on Location of Jumpers and Fuses for 1746-OAP12 Module on page 10) for a total of two fuses. The fuses are designed to protect the module from short-circuit conditions. The fuse does not provide overload protection. In the event of an overload on an output channel, it is likely that the fuse will not blow and the output device associated with that channel will be damaged. To provide overload protection for your application, user-supplied fuses should be installed externally. The recommended fuse for overload protection is SAN-O HT. Select the fuse rating according to your load. Do not use HT fuses rated higher than 2.0 Amps. Blown Fuse Diagnostics If the fuse blows on the 1746-OBP16, 1746-OVP16, or 1746-OAP12 module, the following occurs: The blown fuse LED indicator will illuminate, provided power (5V DC via backplane and load power via external supply) is applied to the module. A processor error will occur if JP1 connects pins 2 and 3. (See figures on page 9 and page 10.)

9 SLC 500 Digital I/O Modules 9 Location of Jumpers and Fuses for 1746-OBP16 and 1746-OVP16 Modules Location for 1746-OBP16 Fuse (F1) Jumper for processor notification (JP1) Left side view Location for 1746-OVP16 Fuse (F1) WHEN FUSE OPENS OUTPUT F U S E Brown fuse LED Indicator PROCESSOR CONTINUES PROCESSOR FAULTS REPLACEMENT FUSE LITTLEFUSE or Front view A.B. CAT. NO F9 Jumper settings and fuse replacement information

10 10 SLC 500 Digital I/O Modules Location of Jumpers and Fuses for 1746-OAP12 Module F1 Jumper for Processor Notification (JP1) JP1 Left side view F2 OUTPUT F U S E Blown Fuse LED indicator JP1 3 WHEN FUSE OPENS REPLACEMENT FUSE: SAN-O HQ 6.3A A-B CAT. NO F9 PROCESSOR CONTINUES PROCESSOR FAULT Jumper Settings and Fuse Replacement Information Front View

11 SLC 500 Digital I/O Modules 11 Processor Operation in Case of Blown Fuse Processor Continues The factory set position for JP1 is shown in the following diagram. For this JP1 configuration the processor operation will continue if the module fuse blows. JP1 3 2 JP1 is in Factory Set position. There is no processor notification for blown fuse OBP16 and 1746-OVP JP OAP12 Processor Operation in Case of Blown Fuse Processor Faults The Processor Fault position for JP1 is shown on the following page. For this JP1 configuration, the processor generates a nonrecoverable error for all SLC 500 processors. For a nonrecoverable error, note the following: Processor operation halts and the processor fault light flashes. All outputs are reset to OFF. The processor major fault bit S:1/13 is set. Monitor processor status file word S:6 for error code xx58 for SLC 500, and SLC 5/01 processors, and error code xx60 for SLC 5/02 and later processors.

12 12 SLC 500 Digital I/O Modules JP1 in Processor Fault Notification Position 3 JP OBP16 and 1746-OVP16 JP1 is in processor fault position. Processor is notified when fuse is blown OAP12 JP1 IMPORTANT When using SLC 5/02 processor and later processors, a user-fault routine cannot be used to clear the major fault bit. ATTENTION: For 1746-OBP16 and 1746-OVP16 modules, all outputs on the module are OFF if the fuse blows. For the 1746-OAP12 module, all outputs on the same common as the blown fuse are OFF. If processor operation is allowed to continue after a blown fuse, extreme care should be taken to be sure the safety of personnel and guard against equipment damage. For additional information on processor fault codes and user-fault routines refer to the following publications: Your programming device s reference manual HHT User Manual, publication 1747-NP002: Chapter 28, Troubleshooting Faults Chapter 29, Understanding the Fault Routine

13 SLC 500 Digital I/O Modules 13 The following table defines operation of all SLC 500 processors in the case of a blown fuse in 1746-OBP16, 1746-OVP16, and 1746-OAP12 modules. Processor Operation After a Blown Fuse (1746-OBP16, 1746-OVP16, and 1746-OAP12 modules) JP1 Set to Processor Continues No error. Processor continues with 1746-OBP16 and 1746-OVP16 outputs de-energized OAP12 outputs, on the same common as the blown fuse, are de-energized. JP1 Set to Processor Faults Nonrecoverable error. Processor operations stop and all outputs reset to OFF. Recovery From Blown Fuse/Processor Fault/Processor Shutdown Processor operation will stop under the following conditions: The output module fuse blows due to a short circuit. JP1 is set to the Processor Faults position (pins 2 and 3 connected). If the above conditions occur, the following procedures should be used for recovery. 1. Follow fuse replacement procedures described on page Clear the processor major fault bit S:1/ Clear processor status file S:6 major error code (optional). 4. Return the processor to Run mode. For additional information on processor fault codes and clearing processor fault bits, refer to the following user manuals: Your programming device s reference manual HHT User Manual, publication 1747-NP002 Chapter 28, Troubleshooting Fault Chapter 29, Understanding the Fault Routine Replacement Fuse Recommendations Use the following replacement fuses: 1746-OBP16 and 1746-OVP16 modules Littelfuse #322010,10A or #332010,10A. This fuse is required to maintain UL/CSA rating. Replacement Fuse Kit is catalog number 1746-F8 (five fuses per kit) OAP12 module - Use SAN-O HQ 6.3A for replacement. This fuse is required to maintain UL/CSA rating. Replacement Fuse Kit is catalog number 1746-F9 (five fuses per kit).

14 14 SLC 500 Digital I/O Modules Replace Fuses ATTENTION: Never install, remove, or wire modules with power applied to chassis. 1. Remove SLC 500 system power and correct the conditions causing the short circuit. 2. Remove the output module from the chassis. 3. Remove the fuse OBP16 and 1746-OVP16 modules: Use a wide-tipped, slotted-head screwdriver to remove the blown fuse. Slide the screwdriver tip under the fuse and use a twisting motion to pry the fuse from the fuse clip. Use care so that the printed circuit board and surrounding electronics are not damaged OAP12 module: A fuse holder is provided with each fuse. Simply grasp the fuse holder with needle-nose pliers, or your fingers, and pull it out. 4. Replace the fuse OBP16 and 1746-OVP16 modules: Center the replacement fuse over the fuse clip and press down. If you use a tool to press the fuse in place, apply pressure to the metal end caps only, not the center of the fuse OAP12 module: Insert a new fuse into the fuse holder, align the fuse holder on fuse clips, and press down. 5. Replace the output module in the chassis. 6. Restore SLC 500 system power. 7. Clear processor fault bits as indicated in the steps provided on page 13. Electronically Protected Modules (1746-OB6EI and 1746-OB16E) The electronic protection of the 1746-OB6EI and 1746-OB16E modules have been designed to provide protection for the modules from short circuit and overload current conditions. The protection is based on a thermal cut-out principle. In the event of a short circuit or overload current condition on an output channel, that channel will limit current within milliseconds after its thermal cut-out temperature has been reached. All other channels continue to operate as directed by the CPU (processor) module. IMPORTANT The modules do not provide protection against reverse polarity wiring or wiring to ac power sources. Electronic protection is not intended to replace fuses, circuit breakers, or other code-required wiring protection devices.

15 SLC 500 Digital I/O Modules 15 E-FUSE LED Indicator OUTPUT E F U S E E-FUSE LED Indicator There is no jumper setting on this module. Front View Auto Reset Operation IMPORTANT The 1746-OB6EI and 1746-OB16E modules perform auto-reset under overload conditions. When an output channel overload occurs, that channel will limit current within milliseconds after its thermal cut-out temperature has been reached. While in current limit, the output channel can cool below the thermal cut-out temperature allowing the module to auto-reset and resume control of the output channel as directed by the processor until the thermal cut-out temperature is again reached. Removing power from an overloaded output channel would also allow the output channel to cool below the thermal cut-out temperature, allowing auto-reset to occur when power is restored. The output channel would operate as directed by the processor until the thermal cut-out temperature is again reached. To avoid auto-reset of an output channel under overload conditions, an external mechanical fuse can be used to open the circuit when overloaded. Short Circuit/Overload Current Diagnostics If a short circuit or overload current condition occurs on an output channel: the E-FUSE LED indicator will illuminate provided that power is applied to the module. Power required: 5V DC via backplane and load power via an external supply. all other channels continue to operate as directed by the CPU (processor) module.

16 16 SLC 500 Digital I/O Modules Recovery from Channel Shutdown 1. Remove the SLC 500 system power and correct the conditions causing the short circuit or overload current condition. 2. Restore the SLC 500 system power. The module automatically resets and resumes control of the output channel and associated load.

17 SLC 500 Digital I/O Modules 17 Wiring Diagrams The wiring diagrams in these installation instructions are examples only. It is not necessary to connect an I/O device to each and every I/O module terminal. Labeling for SLC/PLC Systems In this document, 16-point I/O module wiring diagrams include both decimal and octal numbers for I/O addressing and wire identification (see figure below). To wire your 16-point I/O module when used in a SLC system, use the decimal numbers in the upper left portion of each box. When used in a PLC system, use the octal numbers in the lower right portion of the box. As shipped from the factory, the I/O module has a decimal address label on the inside of its door. A separate octal conversion kit can be ordered, to allow you to convert your module to the octal system. TIP You can order the octal label kit from your Allen-Bradley Distributor. The octal kit is ordered based on the catalog number of the I/O module. Please refer to the SLC 500 Modular Hardware Style User Manual, publication 1747-UM011, for a listing of octal label kit catalog numbers. IMPORTANT Be sure the octal labels are used with your PLC system. Directions on how to install the labels are included with the kit and on page 6 of this document. Decimal and Octal Labeling for 16-point I/O Modules L IA16 100/120V AC IN For SLC (decimal) For PLC (octal) 100/120V AC L2 Internally Connected Commons IN 0 0 IN 1 IN IN 3 IN IN 5 IN IN 7 IN IN 9 IN IN 11 IN IN 13 IN IN AC COM AC COM SLC PLC

18 18 SLC 500 Digital I/O Modules AC Input Modules Wiring Diagrams 1746-IA4, 1746-IA8, 1746-IA IA4 100/120V AC 1746-IA8 100/120V AC L1 IN 0 IN 1 IN 2 L1 IN 0 100/120V AC IN 3 IN 4 IN 1 IN 5 100/120V AC IN 2 IN 6 IN 3 IN 7 L2 AC COM L2 AC COM Internally Connected Commons AC COM 1746-IA16 100/120V AC L1 100/120V AC L2 IN 0 0 IN 1 IN IN 3 IN IN 5 IN IN 7 IN IN 9 IN IN 11 IN IN 13 IN IN AC COM AC COM Internally Connected Commons SLC PLC

19 SLC 500 Digital I/O Modules IM4, 1746-IM8, 1746-IM IM4 200/240V AC 1746-IM8 200/240V AC L1 IN 0 IN 1 IN 2 L1 IN 0 200/240V AC IN 3 IN 4 IN 1 IN 5 200/240V AC IN 2 IN 6 IN 3 IN 7 L2 AC COM L2 AC COM Internally Connected Commons AC COM 1746-IM16 200/240V AC L1 200/240V AC L2 IN 0 IN 2 IN 4 IN IN 8 10 IN IN IN AC COM Internally Connected Commons IN 1 1 IN 3 3 IN 5 5 IN 7 7 IN 9 11 IN IN IN AC COM SLC PLC

20 20 SLC 500 Digital I/O Modules DC Input Modules Wiring Diagrams 1746-IN16 L1 or +DC 1746-IN16 24V AC/DC Sinking L2 or -DC V AC/DC Internally Connected Commons IN 0 0 IN 1 IN IN 3 IN IN 5 IN IN 7 IN IN 9 IN IN 1 1 IN IN 13 IN IN 15 AC/DC 17 COM AC/DC COM SLC PLC 1746-IB8, 1746-IB16, 1746-ITB16, 1746-IC16, 1746-IH16 +DC -DC 24V dc 1746-IB8 24V DC Sinking Internally Connected Commons IN 0 IN 1 IN 2 IN 3 IN 4 IN 5 IN 6 IN 7 DC COM DC COM 1746-IB16,1746 -ITB16 24V DC Sinking +DC 24V DC (1746-IB16, ITB16) -DC 48V DC (1746-IC16) 125V DC (1746-IH16) 1746-IC16 48V DC Sinking IN 0 0 IN 1 IN IN 3 IN IN 5 IN IN 7 IN IN 9 IN IN IN IN IN IN 15 DC COM 17 DC COM Internally Connected Commons 1746-IH16 125V DC Sinking SLC PLC

21 SLC 500 Digital I/O Modules IV8, 1746-IV16, 1746-ITV IV8 24V DC Sourcing -DC 1746-IV16, 1746-ITV16 24V DC Sourcing -DC +DC 24V dc Internally Connected V DC IN 0 IN 1 IN 2 IN 3 IN 4 IN 5 IN 6 IN 7 VDC VDC +DC 24V dc Internally Connected V DC IN 0 0 IN 2 2 IN 4 4 IN 6 6 IN 8 10 IN IN IN VDC IN 1 1 IN 3 3 IN 5 5 IN 7 7 IN 9 11 IN IN IN VDC SLC PLC 1746-IG IG16 TTL Input (Low = True) +DC -DC +5V DC +5 DC IN 1 1 IN 3 3 IN 5 5 IN 7 7 IN 9 11 IN IN IN IN 0 0 IN 2 2 IN 4 4 IN 6 6 IN 8 10 IN IN IN DC COM SLC PLC

22 22 SLC 500 Digital I/O Modules AC Output Modules Wiring Diagrams 1746-OA8, 1746-OA OA V AC Triac Output VA C 1 OUT 0 OUT 1 OUT 2 OUT 3 VAC 2 OUT 4 OUT 5 OUT 6 OUT 7 L V AC L2 L V AC L2 L V AC L2 SLC PLC 1746-OA V AC Triac Output VAC 1 OUT0 OUT OUT 2 OUT OUT 4 OUT OUT 6 OUT VAC 2 OUT 9 11 OUT 8 OUT OUT 10 OUT OUT 12 OUT OUT L V AC L OAP12 L V AC L OAP V AC High Current Triac Output VAC 1 OUT 1 VAC 1 1 OUT 0 OUT OUT 2 OUT OUT 4 4 Internally Connected Commons L2 SLC PLC OUT 7 7 OUT 6 OUT OUT 8 OUT OUT VAC 2 VAC 2 Internally Connected Commons V AC L1

23 SLC 500 Digital I/O Modules OB6EI 1746-OB6EI V DC Transistor Output-sourcing Channel-to-channel Isolated +DC -DC +DC -DC +DC -DC VDC V DC OUT V DC 10 30V DC DC COM 1 VDC 3 OUT 3 DC COM 3 VDC 5 OUT 5 DC COM 5 VDC 0 OUT 0 DC COM 0 VDC 2 OUT 2 DC COM 2 VDC 4 OUT 4 DC COM 4 +DC 10 30V DC -DC +DC 10 30V DC -DC +DC 10 30V DC -DC

24 24 SLC 500 Digital I/O Modules 1746-OB8, 1746-OBP8, 1746-OB16, 1746-OB16E, 1746-OBP OB V DC Transistor Output-sourcing 1746-OBP V DC Transistor Output-sourcing VDC OUT 0 OUT 1 OUT 2 +DC +DC V DC VDC1 OUT 1 OUT 3 NC NC OUT 0 OUT 2 DC COM1 NC OUT 3 OUT 4 OUT 5 OUT 6 OUT 7 DC COM 10 50V DC -DC -DC +DC V DC -DC NC VDC2 OUT 5 OUT 7 NC NC OUT 4 OUT 6 DC COM OB16, 1746-OB16E, 1746-OBP V DC, V DC, V DC Transistor Output-sourcing SLC PLC +DC 10 50V DC (1746-OB16) 10 30V DC (1746-OB16E) V DC (1746-OBP16) VDC OUT 1 OUT 3 OUT 5 OUT 7 OUT 9 OUT 11 OUT 13 OUT 15 OUT 0 1 OUT 2 3 OUT 4 5 OUT 6 7 OUT 8 11 OUT OUT OUT DC COM DC

25 SLC 500 Digital I/O Modules OV8, 1746-OV16, 1746-OVP16 VDC OUT 0 OUT 1 OUT 2 OUT 3 OUT OV V DC Transistor Output Sinking OUT 5 OUT 6 OUT 7 DC COM +DC 10 50V DC -DC +DC 10-50V DC (1746-OV16) V DC (1746-OVP16) -DC 1746-OV16, 1746-OVP V DC or V DC Transistor Output Sinking VDC OUT 0 OUT OUT 2 OUT OUT 4 OUT 5 5 OUT 6 OUT OUT 8 OUT OUT 10 OUT OUT 12 OUT OUT 14 OUT DC COM SLC PLC 1746-OG16 +DC 1746-OG16 TTL Output (Low = True) -DC VDC OUT 0 L OUT OUT 2 L OUT OUT 4 L OUT OUT 6 +5V DC 6 L OUT 7 7 OUT 8 L OUT OUT L OUT OUT 12 L OUT OUT 14 OUT L 17 DC COM L L L L L L L L SLC PLC

26 26 SLC 500 Digital I/O Modules Relay Contact Output Modules Wiring Diagrams 1746-OW4, 1746-OW8, 1746-OW OW4 Relay Output 1746-OW8 Relay Output VAC-VDC L1 or +DC VAC-VDC 1 L1 or +DC OUT 0 OUT 1 V AC/DC OUT 0 OUT 1 V AC/DC OUT 2 OUT 3 L2 or -DC OUT 2 OUT 3 L2 or -DC VAC-VDC 2 OUT 4 OUT 5 L1 or +DC V AC/DC OUT 7 OUT 6 OUT 7 L2 or -DC L1 or +DC V AC/DC 1746-OW16 Relay Output VAC-VDC 1 OUT0 OUT OUT 2 OUT OUT 4 OUT OUT 6 OUT L2 or -DC SLC PLC VAC-VDC OUT OUT 8 10 OUT 11 OUT OUT OUT 12 OUT OUT L1 or +DC V AC/DC L2 or -DC

27 SLC 500 Digital I/O Modules OX OX8 Channel-to-channel Isolated Relay Output VS0 L1 VS1 L1 VS2 VDC VS3 VDC VS4 L1 VS5 L1 VS6 VDC VS7 VDC VAC-VDC 0 VAC-VDC 1 VAC-VDC 2 VAC±VDC 3 VAC-VDC 4 VAC-VDC 5 VAC-VDC 6 VAC-VDC 7 OUT 0 OUT 1 OUT 2 OUT 3 OUT 4 OUT 5 OUT 6 OUT 7 VS0 L2 VS1 L2 VS2 DC COM VS3 DC COM VS4 L2 VS5 L2 VS6 DC COM VS7 DC COM Combination Input/Output Modules Wiring Diagrams 1746-IO4, 1746-IO IO4 100/120V AC Input Relay Output 1746-IO8 100/120V AC Input Relay Output VAC-VDC L1 or +DC VAC-VDC L1 or +DC OUT 0 OUT 1 V AC/DC L2 or -DC OUT 0 OUT 1 V AC/DC OUT 2 L1 IN 0 L1 OUT 3 IN 0 L2 or -DC IN 1 IN 1 100/120V AC 100/120V AC IN 2 L2 OUT 7 AC COM L2 IN 3 OUT 7 AC COM

28 28 SLC 500 Digital I/O Modules 1746-IO IO12 100/120V AC Input - Relay Output L1 or +DC V AC/DC L2 or -DC L1 100/120V AC L2 VAC-VDC OUT 1 OUT 3 OUT 5 IN 1 IN 3 IN 5 OUT 0 OUT 2 OUT 4 IN 0 IN 2 IN 4 AC COM 1746-IO12DC 1746-IO12DC 24V DC Input - Relay Output L1 or +DC V AC/DC L2 or -DC +DC 10 30V DC -DC VAC-VDC OUT 1 OUT 3 OUT 5 IN 1 IN 3 IN 5 OUT 0 OUT 2 OUT 4 IN 0 IN 2 IN 4 DC COM

29 SLC 500 Digital I/O Modules 29 Specifications General Specifications Attribute Value Temperature, operating C ( F) (3) Temperature, nonoperating C ( F) Operating humidity % (noncondensing) Noise immunity NEMA standard ICS Vibration, operating Displacement in Hz Acceleration Hz Shock, operating 30 g (all modules except relay contact) 10 g (relay contact modules: 1746-OWx, 1746-OX8, and combination I/O modules) Isolation (1) 1500V Agency certification UL listed CSA certified or C-UL approved as indicated by product marking CE compliant for all applicable directives when product or packaging is marked C-Tick marked for all applicable acts Hazardous environment class (2) Class I, Division 2 Hazardous Environment UL-A196, CSA, C-UL (1) Electro-optical isolation between I/O terminals and control logic. (2) Some modules are classified Class 1, Division 2 by CSA only or C-UL only as shown in the specification table for the respective module. (3) Temperature is for air surrounding the SLC 500 system. Temperature range exceptions are indicated with certain modules. Heat Dissipation The following tables contain values for the heat dissipated by each I/O module. Use them to calculate the total amount of heat dissipated by your SLC 500 control system. For details on how to calculate total heat dissipation, refer to the SLC 500 Modular Hardware Style User Manual, publication 1747-UM011. Please note the following definitions: Watts per point the heat dissipation that can occur in each field wiring point when energized at nominal voltage. Minimum Watts the amount of heat dissipation that can occur when there is no field power present. Total Watts the Watts per point multiplied by the number of points, plus the minimum Watts (with all points energized).

30 30 SLC 500 Digital I/O Modules Input Modules Heat Dissipation Catalog Numbers Watts per Point Minimum Watts Total Watts 1747-IA IA IA IB IB IC IG IH IM IM IM IN ITB ITV IV IV Output Modules Heat Dissipation Catalog Numbers Watts per Point Minimum Watts Total Watts 1746-OA OA OAP OB6EI OB OB OB16E OBP OBP OG

31 SLC 500 Digital I/O Modules 31 Output Modules Heat Dissipation Catalog Numbers Watts per Point Minimum Watts Total Watts 1746-OV OV OVP OW OW OW OX Combination Input/Output Modules Heat Dissipation Catalog Numbers Watts per Point Minimum Watts Total Watts 1746-IO IO IO IO12DC 0.27 per input point per output point 0.27 per input point per output point 0.27 per input point per output point 0.20 per input point per output point

32 32 SLC 500 Digital I/O Modules AC Input Modules Specifications 1746-IA4, 1746-IA8, and 1746-IA16 Attribute Value 1746-IA IA IA16 (2) Voltage category 100/120V AC signal input Number of inputs Points per common Voltage, operating V Hz Backplane current consumption 5V DC A A A 24V DC 0.0 A Signal delay, max On = 35 ms Off = 45 ms Off-state voltage, max 30V AC Off-state current, max 2 ma Input current V AC, nom Inrush current, max (1) 0.8 A Inrush current time duration, max 0.5 ms (1) An AC input device must be compatible with SLC 500 input circuit inrush current. A current limiting resistor can be used to limit inrush current; however, the operating characteristics of the AC input-circuit will be affected. (2) Removable terminal block. Specifications 1746-IM4, 1746-IM8, and 1746-IM16 Attribute Value 1746-IM IM IM16 (2) Voltage category 200/240V AC signal input Number of inputs Points per common Voltage, operating V Hz Backplane current consumption 5V DC A A A 24V DC 0.0 A Signal delay, max On = 35 ms Off = 45 ms Off-state voltage, max 50V AC Off-state current, max 2 ma

33 SLC 500 Digital I/O Modules 33 Specifications 1746-IM4, 1746-IM8, and 1746-IM16 Attribute Input current Inrush current, max (1) Inrush current time duration, max Value 1746-IM IM IM16 (2) V AC, nom 1.6 A 0.5 ms (1) An AC input device must be compatible with SLC 500 input circuit inrush current. A current limiting resistor can be used to limit inrush current; however, the operating characteristics of the AC input-circuit will be affected. (2) Removable terminal block. DC Input Modules Specifications 1746-IB8, 1746-IB16, 1746-ITB16, and 1746-IC16 Attribute Value 1746-IB IB16 (1) 1746-ITB16 (1) (1) (3) 1746-IC16 Voltage category 24V DC signal input (sinking) 48V DC signal input (sinking) Number of inputs Points per common Voltage, operating V DC (sinking) V 55 C (131 F) sinking V 60 C (140 F) sinking Backplane current 5V DC A consumption 24V DC 0.0 A Signal delay, max On = 8 ms Off = 8 ms On = 8 ms Off = 8 ms On = 0.3 ms Off = 0.5 ms (2) On = 4 ms Off = 4 ms Off-state voltage, max 5.0V DC 10.0V DC Off-state current, max 1 ma 1 ma 1.5 ma 1.5 ma Input current, nom 8 24V DC V DC (1) (2) (3) Removable terminal block. Use ID Code 0509 when configuring your system with programming software or the HHT. Typical signal delay for these modules: ON = 0.1 ms, OFF = V DC.

34 34 SLC 500 Digital I/O Modules Specifications 1746-IV8, 1746-IV16, and 1746-ITV16 Attribute Value 1746-IV IV16 (1) 1746-ITV16 (1) Voltage category 24V DC signal input (sourcing) Number of inputs Points per common Voltage, operating V DC (sourcing) Backplane current 5V DC A A A consumption 24V DC 0.0 A Signal delay, max On = 8 ms Off = 8 ms On = 8 ms Off = 8 ms On = 0.3 ms Off = 0.5 ms (2) Off-state voltage, max 5.0V DC Off-state current, max 1 ma 1 ma 1.5 ma Input current 8 24V DC, nom (1) (2) Removable terminal block. Typical signal delay for these modules: ON = 0.1 ms, OFF = V DC. Specifications 1746-IG16 Attribute Value (1) Voltage category 5V DC TTL signal input (sourcing) Number of inputs 16 Points per common 16 Voltage, operating +5V to DC COM V DC (sourcing) 50 mv peak to peak ripple (max) Backplane current 5V DC A consumption 24V DC 0.0 A Signal delay, max On = 0.25 ms Off = 0.50 ms Off-state voltage V DC (2) Off-state current, max Input current (1) Removable terminal block. 4.1 ma 3.7 5V DC, nom (2) TTL inputs are inverted ( V DC = low voltage = True = ON). Use a instruction in your ladder program to convert to traditional True = High logic.

35 SLC 500 Digital I/O Modules 35 ATTENTION: To avoid potential damage to TTL modules, handle them by the ends of the module, not metallic surfaces. Electrostatic discharges can damage the module. take care to prevent exposure of terminals or components to electrostatic charges. Careful wire routing within the enclosure helps cut down electrical noise between I/O lines. Refer to the SLC 500 Modular Hardware Style User Manual, publication 1747-UM011, for recommended wiring procedures for TTL modules. Limit cable length to 15 m (50 ft) per point for inputs in standard environments. Refer to Allen-Bradley Programmable Controller Wiring and Grounding Guidelines, publication 1770-IN041, for complete information. Specifications 1746-IN16 Attribute Value (1) Voltage category 24V AC/DC Signal Input Number of inputs 16 Points per common 16 Voltage, operating DC V DC (sinking) AC V AC Backplane current 5V DC A consumption 24V DC 0.0 A Signal delay, max DC On = 15 ms Off = 15 ms AC On = 25 ms Off = 25 ms Off-state voltage, max DC 3.0V DC AC 3.0V AC Off-state current, max DC 1 ma AC 1 ma Input current, nom DC 8 24V DC AC 8 24V AC Input current 0.02 A (AC only) (1) Removable terminal block.

36 36 SLC 500 Digital I/O Modules Specifications 1746-IH16 Attribute Value (1)(2)(3) Voltage category 125V DC signal input (sinking) Number of inputs 16 Points per common 16 Voltage, operating Range: V DC Points ON Simultaneously, max: 146V DC and 30 C (86 F) 146V DC and 50 C (122 F) 132V DC and 55 C (131 F) 125V DC and 60 C (140 F) Backplane current 5V DC A consumption 24V DC 0.0 A Signal delay, max On = 9 ms Off = 9 ms Off-state voltage, max 20.0V DC Off-state current, max 0.8 ma Input current, nom V DC V DC (1) Removable terminal block. (2) Use ID Code 0507 when configuring your system with programming software or the HHT. (3) If the input module is connected in parallel with an inductive load, use surge suppression across the load to protect the input module from damage caused by reverse voltage. Refer to the SLC 500 Modular Hardware Style User Manual, publication 1747-UM011, for more information on surge suppression. AC Output Modules Specifications 1746-OA8, 1746-OA16, and 1746-OAP12 Attribute Value 1746-OA OA16 (5) 1746-OAP12 (5)(6)(7) Voltage category 120/240V AC signal input Number of outputs Points per common Voltage, operating V Hz Backplane current 5V DC A A A consumption 24V DC Signal delay, max resistive load (1) On = 1 ms Off = 11.0 ms Off-state leakage, max (2) 2 ma

37 SLC 500 Digital I/O Modules 37 Specifications 1746-OA8, 1746-OA16, and 1746-OAP12 Attribute Load current, min Continuous current per point (3) Continuous current per module, max Value 1746-OA OA16 (5) 1746-OAP12 (5)(6)(7) 10 ma C (86 F) C (140 F) C (86 F) C (140 F) C (86 F) C (140 F) C (86 F) C (140 F) C (86 F) C (131 F) C (140 F) C (86 F) C (131 F) C (140 F) On-state voltage drop, max 1.0 A 0.50 A 2.0 A Surge current per point (4), max 10.0 A for 25 ms 10.0 A for 25 ms 17.0 A for 25 ms (8) (1) Triac outputs turn on at any point in the AC line cycle, and turn off at AC line zero cross. (2) To limit the effects of leakage current through solid-state outputs, a loading resistor can be connected in parallel with your load. For 120V AC operation, use a 15 KΩ, 2 W resistor. For 240V AC operation, use a 15 KΩ, 5 W resistor. (3) Recommended surge suppression: For triac outputs when switching 120V AC inductive loads, use Harris Metal-Oxide Varistor, model number V220MA2A. Refer to the SLC 500 Modular Hardware Style User Manual, publication 1747-UM011, for more information on surge suppression. (4) Repeatability is once every 1 s at 30 C (86 F). Repeatability is once every 2 s at 60 C (140 F). (5) Removable terminal block. (6) A fused common and blown fuse LED indicator are provided on this module. See Fuse Protection and Blown Fuse Diagnostics. (7) Use ID Code 2803 when configuring your system with programming software or the HHT. (8) Surge current = 35 A per common for 10 ms. DC Output Modules Specifications 1746-OB8, 1746-OB16, and 1746-OB16E Attribute Value 1746-OB OB16 (4) 1746-OB16E (4)(5) Voltage category 24V DC Signal Output Number of outputs Points per common Voltage, operating (V DC) (source) (source) Backplane current 5V DC A A A consumption 24V DC 0.0 A Signal delay, max resistive load On = 1 ms Off = 1.0 ms On = 0.1 ms Off = 1.0 ms On = 1.0 ms (6) Off = 1.0 ms Off-state leakage, max (1) 1 ma Load current, min 1 ma

38 38 SLC 500 Digital I/O Modules Specifications 1746-OB8, 1746-OB16, and 1746-OB16E Attribute Continuous current per point (2) Continuous current per module, max Value 1746-OB OB16 (4) 1746-OB16E (4)(5) C (86 F) C (140 F) C (86 F) C (140 F) C (86 F) C (140 F) C (86 F) C (140 F) C (86 F) (7) C (140 F) C ( F) On-state voltage drop, max 1.0 A 0.50 A 0.50 A Surge current per point (3) 3.0 A for 10 ms 3.0 A for 10 ms 2.0 A for 10 ms (8) (1) To limit the effects of leakage current through solid-state outputs, a loading resistor can be connected in parallel with your load. For transistor outputs 24V DC operation, use a 5 KΩ, 1/2 W resistor. (2) Recommended surge suppression: For transistor outputs when switching 24V DC inductive loads, use a 1N4004 diode reverse-wired across the load. Refer to the SLC 500 Modular Hardware Style User Manual, publication 1747-UM011, for more information on surge suppression. (3) Repeatability is once every 1 s at 30 C (86 F). Repeatability is once every 2 s at 60 C (140 F). (4) Removable terminal block. (5) (6) (7) (8) Use the following ID Code when configuring your system with programming software or the HHT: 1746-OB16E = Fast turn-off modules (1746-OB6EI, 1746-OBP8 Series B and later, 1746-OB16E Series B and later, 1746-OBP16, and 1746-OVP16) provide fast OFF delay for inductive loads. Comparative OFF delay times for 1746-OB8/1746-OV8 and fast turn-off modules, when switching Bulletin 100-B110 (24W sealed) contactor, are: 1746-OB8/1746-OV8 OFF delay = 152 ms; fast turn-off modules OFF delay = 47 ms. Fast off delay for inductive loads is accomplished with surge suppressors on the 1746-OB6EI, 1746-OBP8 series B and later,1746-ob16e series B and later, 1746-OBP16, and 1746-OVP16 modules. A suppressor at the load is not needed unless another contact is connected in series. If this is the case, a 1N4004 diode should be reverse wired across the load. This defeats the fast turn-off feature. Surge current = 32 A per module for 10 ms. ATTENTION: A transient pulse occurs in transistor outputs when the external DC supply voltage is applied to the output common terminals (for example, through the master control relay). This can occur regardless of the processor having power or not. For most applications, the energy of this pulse is not sufficient to energize the load. Refer to the SLC 500 Modular Hardware Style User Manual, publication 1747-UM011, for more information on transient pulses and guidelines to reduce inadvertent processor operation. Specifications 1746-OB6EI, 1746-OBP8, and 1746-OBP16 Attribute Value 1746-OB6EI (5)(6) 1746-OBP8 (5)(6)(8) 1746-OBP16 (5)(6)(9)(10) Voltage category 24V DC Signal Output Number of outputs Points per common Individually isolated 4 16

39 SLC 500 Digital I/O Modules 39 Specifications 1746-OB6EI, 1746-OBP8, and 1746-OBP16 Attribute Voltage, operating (V DC) (source) (source) Backplane current 5V DC A A A consumption 24V DC 0.0 A Signal delay, max resistive load On = 1.0 ms (7) Off = 2.0 ms Off-state leakage, max (1) 1 ma Load current, min 1 ma Value 1746-OB6EI (5)(6) 1746-OBP8 (5)(6)(8) 1746-OBP16 (5)(6)(9)(10) On = 1.0 ms (7) Off = 2.0 ms On = 0.1 ms (7) Off = 1.0 ms Continuous current per point (2)(3) C (140 F) C (140 F) C (86 F) C (140 F) Continuous current per module C (140 F) C (140 F) C ( F) On-state voltage drop, max 2.0 A 2.0 A 1.0 A Surge current per point (4) 4.0 A for 10 ms 4.0 A for 10 ms 4.0 A for 10 ms Surge current per module (4) 24.0 A for 10 ms 32.0 A for 10 ms 32.0 A for 10 ms Electronic protection Yes No No (1) To limit the effects of leakage current through solid state outputs, a loading resistor can be connected in parallel with your load. For transistor outputs, 24V DC operation, use a 5.6 KΩ, 1/2 W resistor. (2) Recommended surge suppression: For transistor outputs when switching 24V dc inductive loads, use a 1N4004 diode reverse-wired across the load (also see footnote 3). Refer to the SLC 500 Modular Hardware Style User Manual, publication 1747-UM011, for more information on surge suppression. (3) (4) (5) (6) Fast off delay for inductive loads is accomplished with surge suppressors on the 1746-OB6EI, 1746-OBP8 series B and later, 1746-OB16E series B and later, 1746-OBP16, and 1746-OVP16 modules. A suppressor at the load is not needed unless another contact is connected in series. If this is the case, a 1N4004 diode should be reverse wired across the load. This defeats the fast turn-off feature. Repeatability is once every 1 s at 30 C (86 F). Repeatability is once every 2 s at 60 C (140 F). Removable terminal block. Use the following ID Code when configuring your system with programming software or the HHT: 1746-OB6EI = 2619, 1746-OBP8 = 2721 and 1746-OBP12 = (7) Fast turn-off modules (1746-OB6EI, 1746-OBP8 Series B and later, 1746-OB16E Series B and later, 1746-OBP16, and 1746-OVP16) provide fast OFF delay for inductive loads. Comparative OFF delay times for 1746-OB8/1746-OV8 and fast turn-off modules; when switching Bulletin 100-B110 (24W sealed) contactor, are: 1746-OB8/1746-OV8 OFF delay = 152 ms; fast turn-off modules OFF delay = 47 ms. (8) (9) An external fuse can be used to protect this module from short circuits. Recommended fuse is SANO MQ4-3.15A, 5 x 20 mm. A fused common and blown fuse LED indicator are provided on this module. See Fuse Protection and Blown Fuse Diagnostics. (10) Certified for Class 1, Division 2 hazardous location by CSA.

40 40 SLC 500 Digital I/O Modules ATTENTION: A transient pulse occurs in transistor outputs when the external DC supply voltage is applied to the output common terminals (for example, via the master control relay). This can occur regardless of the processor having power or not. For most applications, the energy of this pulse is not sufficient to energize the load. Refer to the SLC 500 Modular Hardware Style User Manual, publication 1747-UM011, for more information on transient pulses and guidelines to reduce inadvertent processor operation. Specifications 1746-OV8, 1746-OV16, and 1746-OVP16 Attribute Value 1746-OV OV16 (4) 1746-OVP16 (4)(5)(6)(7) Voltage category 24V DC Signal Output Number of outputs Points per common Voltage, operating (V DC) (sink) (sink) Backplane current 5V DC A A A consumption 24V DC 0.0 A Signal delay, max resistive load On = 0.1 ms On = 0.1 ms (8) Off = 1.0 ms Off = 1.0 ms Off-state leakage, max (1) 1 ma Load current, min 1 ma Continuous current per point (2) Continuous current per module C (86 F) C (140 F) C (86 F) C (140 F) C (86 F) C (140 F) C (86 F) (9) C (140 F) C ( F) On-state voltage drop, max 1.0 A 0.5 A 1.0 A Surge current per point (3) 3.0 A for 10 ms 4.0 A for 10 ms (10) (1) To limit the effects of leakage current through solid state outputs, a loading resistor can be connected in parallel with your load. For transistor outputs, 24V DC operation, use a 5.6 KΩ, 1/2 W resistor. (2) Recommended surge suppression: For transistor outputs when switching 24V dc inductive loads, use a 1N4004 diode reverse-wired across the load (also see footnote 9). Refer to the SLC 500 Modular Hardware Style User Manual, publication 1747-UM011, for more information on surge suppression. (3) Repeatability is once every 1 s at 30 C (86 F). Repeatability is once every 2 s at 60 C (140 F). (4) Removable terminal block. (5) A fused common and blown fuse LED indicator are provided on this module. See Fuse Protection and Blown Fuse Diagnostics. (6) Use the following ID Code when configuring your system with programming software or the HHT: 1746-OVP16 = (7) Certified for Class 1, Division 2 hazardous location by CSA.

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